District Minority Officer Test DMO-111 Solutions

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The solution and key answers for DMO-111 are as explained below.


Test Code DMO-111

Q.1) The Head Quarters of the Karnataka State Minorities Commission is located in

  1. Hassan
  2. Gulbarga
  3. Bengaluru
  4. Dharwad

 

Q.1) Solution (3)

The Head Quarters of the Karnataka State Minorities Commission is located in Bengaluru.

 

Q.2) With regard to the composition of Karnataka State Minorities Commission, which of the following options are correct?

  1. The Commission shall consist a Chairman and six other members.
  2. The Chairman and six other members are elected by the Gazetted officers of the state.
  3. Both 1 and 2
  4. None

 

Q.2) Solution (1)

Composition of the Karnataka State Minorities Commission

The Commission shall consist of

A Chairman and six other members to be nominated by the Government, from amongst persons of eminence, ability and integrity: Provided that five members including the Chairman shall be from amongst the minorities communities;

They are nominated not elected.

 

Q.3) Who is the present chairman of the Karnataka State Minorities Commission?

  1. Shri Naseer Ahmed
  2. Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi
  3. Zameer Ahmed
  4. Tanvir sait

 

Q.3) Solution (1)

The present chairman of the Karnataka State Minorities Commission is Shri Naseer Ahmed.

 

Q.4) Chairman and members of the Karnataka State Minorities Commission shall hold office for a term of

  1. 5 years
  2. 4 years
  3. 3 years
  4. 2 years

 

Q.4) Solution (3)

Subject to the pleasure of the Government, the Chairman and members of the Commission shall hold office for a term of three years from the date they assume their offices.

 

Q.5) Who shall be the Chief Executive of the Karnataka State Minorities Commission

  1. Secretary
  2. Chairman
  3. Senior most member
  4. None

 

Q.5) Solution (1)

The Secretary shall be the Chief Executive of the Karnataka State Minorities Commission.

 

Q.6) Karnataka State Minorities Commission should meet at least

  1. Once in a month
  2. Once in three months
  3. Once in six months
  4. Once in a year.

 

Q.6) Solution (2)

The Commission shall meet as and when necessary at Bangalore or at other places as the Chairman may think fit: Provided that the Commission shall meet at least once in three months.

 

Q.7) Which of the following are the Functions of the Karnataka State Minorities Commission

  1. to make recommendations with a view to ensuring effective implementation and enforcement of all the safeguards;
  2. to conduct studies, research and analysis on the questions of avoidance of discriminations against minorities;
  3. to make recommendations for ensuring, maintaining and promoting communal harmony in the State;
  4. all the above

 

Q.7) Solution (4)

All the options are correct. For the other remaining functions of the commission please go through

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Q.8) Which of the following should be submitted by the Karnataka State Minorities Commission to the government each year?

  1. Budget
  2. Accounts and audit report
  3. Annual report
  4. All the above

 

Q.8) Solution (4)

The commission should submit the following each year to the state government.

  • Budget
  • Accounts and audit report
  • Annual report

 

Q.9) The Prime Minister’s New 15-point Programme for minorities is launched to fulfill the recommendations made by the

  1. Sarkaria committee report
  2. Sachar committee report
  3. Punchi committee report
  4. None

 

Q.9) Solution (2)

The Prime Minister’s New 15 point Programme for minorities is a programme launched by Indian government in 2006 for welfare of religious minorities in furtherance of reports by committees such as the Sachar Committee Report.

 

Q.10) Which of the following schemes are not included in the The Prime Minister’s New 15-point Programme for minorities?

  1. Startup India
  2. Stand up India
  3. Make in India
  4. All the above

 

Q.10) Solution (4)

All these schemes and programs are not included in the The Prime Minister’s New 15-point Programme for minorities. For the detailed list of The Prime Minister’s New 15-point Programme for minorities go through the link Click Here


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